Decorated WWE Superstar leaves the company

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Cesaro has left WWE, according to a new report from PWInsiderIt was Mike Johnson who broke Thursday. The former seven-time tag team champion has been with the company since 2011 but chose to leave after negotiations between him and company officials failed to yield a new deal. Because his departure was via the expiration of his contract and not via a release, he will not have to face a 90-day “non-compete” clause. His final match was on the February 11 episode of SmackDown, in which he lost to Happy Corbin.

“We are told that the two parties were in negotiations but had not reached an agreement on a new deal. A source noted that WWE had offered Cesaro an extension to his current contract, but it was declined,” he added. Johnson wrote.

Given his immense strength, low-key charisma, and sense of humor, “The Swiss Superman” was often considered by fans to be one of WWE’s most underrated stars. The closest to the WWE main event stage was a month-long program with Roman Reigns for the WWE Universal Championship at WrestleMania backlash 2021. After failing to beat “The Tribal Chief”, Cesaro was pushed back into the SmackDown midcard. He publicly pushed for a rematch with Reigns in the months that followed, but nothing materialized.

“I pushed Roman to the limit and I don’t think he liked it, so let’s do it again,” he said. GiveMeSport in July. “For me, what comes down to the end of the day is what happens after the bell rings. Even when I’ve struggled against Roman Reigns in the past, I was able to take him to the limit, and maybe somewhere he doesn’t like to be because he’s usually not there He’s usually not pushed that way, I like to think, and that’s exactly what what happened when the bell rang. Whatever his attitude, it changes. He does what he does, he does what he thinks he should. My attitude has changed since the moment I I’ve fought it until now. I feel like we’ve all matured, we’ve all changed, we’ve all grown, we’ve all progressed. But at the end of the day, it’s all about What is “What happens when that bell rings? For me, that’s what’s important. Like you said [he had]a great year, but so am I, so let’s see what happens.”

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